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Seajacks awarded Japanese offshore wind contract
Seajacks International has been awarded a contract with Kajima Corporation for the transport and installation of 33 MHI Vestas 4.2 MW wind turbine generators at the Akita Port and Noshiro Port offshore wind farms off Japan.
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Oil Benchmark Revamp Sees Surge in Trading of Opaque SwapsA planned overhaul of how the world’s most important benchmark crude price is calculated has caused a surge in trading of swaps used to hedge North Sea oil prices.
Brazilian president moves to replace Petrobras CEOA spat between Brazil’s president Jair Bolsonaro and Petrobras CEO Roberto Castello Branco has resulted in the government moving to appoint a new CEO to lead the state-run oil giant.
Chapter 11 filing for Asia Offshore DrillingChapter 11 cases have been filed in the Southern District of Texas for Seadrill’s wholly-owned subsidiaries under the Asia Offshore Drilling brand.
Keppel Offshore & Marine exits rig building to focus on renewablesOne of the most famous rig builders in the world is exiting the business. Singapore's Keppel Corporation has announced that Keppel Offshore & Marine, which is up for sale, will undergo a major restructuring which will see it exit the offshore rig building
Keppel Offshore & Marine exits rig building to focus on renewablesOne of the most famous rig builders in the world is exiting the business. Singapore’s Keppel Corporation has announced that Keppel Offshore & Marine, which is up for sale, will undergo a major restructuring which will see it exit the offshore rig building
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